New Orleans: One of The 15 Best Cities in the USA
Many Americans have stayed close-to-home these past few years, taking advantage of the incredible urban experiences within a few hours’ drive. Travelers seemed to prefer the warmer climates of the Southern and Western states for these domestic trips — only three cities on the list are in the Northeast or the Midwest. But wherever Travel + Leisure readers went, they sought out cities with a fun-loving spirit, delicious regional cuisine, and historic sites.
Every year for our World’s Best Awards survey, T+L asks readers to weigh in on travel experiences around the globe — to share their opinions on the top cities, islands, cruise ships, spas, airlines, and more. Readers rated cities on their sights and landmarks, culture, cuisine, friendliness, shopping, and overall value.
“While many readers raved about NOLA’s dynamic food scene and quirky tours (especially those in swamps and cemeteries), others homed in on its singular atmosphere. “You feel the overpowering spiritual energy of the past and the deeply complicated history of the city,” explained one voter.”
WBA Hall of Fame honoree. Score: 87.21
NOLA Top 10 “Best U.S. Place to Live Car-Free”
A new study by Citylab has found that the New Orleans region is one of the best large metros in America in which to live without a car.
New Orleans Selected as Finalist Location for Remote Work Hub – Bloomberg CityLab
The 5 Cities Ready to Build With Remote Workers in Mind The co-living company Common has announced the cities vying to host the company’s “Remote Work Hub,” aimed at snaring digital nomads fleeing more expensive markets. In August, the co-living company Common released a request for proposals from U.S. cities that wanted to host a “Remote Work Hub” — a kind […]